Episode 41: A Bus in the Hole

October 28, 2019

This week we’re here with Han Solo to talk about drone deliveries, wildfires, self driving cars and much much more.


Minneapolis passes 2040 Plan – Star Tribune

Sound Transit Board doesn’t include subway alternatives – Seattle Times

Zoox co-founder says cities are target for AVs – Business Insider

Waymo head says boxes going AV before people – Bloomberg

First drone delivery – Newsweek

Recycling for streets – Core77

Story of the Week

Air quality getting worse – Bloomberg

SUV sales offset electric vehicles – SSTI

Sprawling suburbs cost extra – LSE

ULEZ in London a success – Intelligent Transport

The Future of the Bodega – Curbed NY

Puppies and Butterflies

Driving rats – Salon

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